NASHVILLE (BP) – The official seating capacity for the Davidson Ballroom in the Music City Center is 1,128. All of them, plus a few more, were still not enough to accommodate those wanting to participate in a special-called prayer gathering Sunday evening (June 13).
WASHINGTON (BP) – An estimated millions of Americans petitioned God for the health and care of America as the nation marked the 70th anniversary of the National Day of Prayer on Thursday (May 6), culminating with an evening program broadcast from the Museum of the Bible in Washington.
NASHVILLE (BP) – When Jesus entered Jerusalem and went into the temple area, He began to teach them and said, “Is it not written, My house will be called a house of prayer for all nations?” Mark 11:17.
NASHVILLE (BP) – The National Day of Prayer mobilizes unified public prayer for America. Southern Baptists should fully embrace and participate in this day as we call upon God on behalf of America.
COLMESNEIL, Texas (BP) – Over the last two months, we have seen an amazing manifestation of the Spirit of God in our little community of just under 600 people.
BURLINGTON, W.Va. (BP) – Broken Before the Throne prayer ministry leader Dan Biser discovered a reality when working with a multidenominational group of Christian ministers.
NASHVILLE (BP) – Extraordinary prayer is experienced when you pray beyond your normal practice of prayer. If you ordinarily pray five minutes a day or an hour a day, anything beyond your ordinary becomes extraordinary.
JACKSON, Miss. (BP) – A long-time friend of mine began to dredge up a couple of dumb, thoughtless remarks I had uttered years ago. Time had minimized their sharpness and given us a healthy perspective on them, and she did it in good humor.
NASHVILLE (BP) – Jeana and I were in our mid-thirties when she was diagnosed with cancer. Her diagnosis moved us to pursue God, and prayer was our first choice, not our last.
WASHINGTON, D.C. (BP) – At the 69th National Prayer Breakfast, President Joe Biden called for those watching online to lean on their faith and see others not as Democrats or Republicans but “fellow Americans, fellow human beings.”